The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on September 11, 1955 · 162
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2 Portvmt-suN.,SEPT.n,i95.s E.08 3t1gC.CS CffflCS IONS BEACH, FEDERAL SAVINGS ' iji euM, lib"' At 11 a i n rniM ii Die " WmimMmm. Speaker Will Tell How to Pull Together 3AN PEDrjLea'rning to live and work with people in a group will be explainea by Dr. William Hindman, SC political science professor, who is booked for a series of appearances here. The . course in group dynamics will be conducted on five consecutive Tuesdavs, starting Oct. II. at the YWCA with the Y and the Sa.i Pedro 'Adult School co-operating in its sponsorship. Leaders arranging the series say the course will) be designed to show techniques for people to work in group situations and to train officers for better organization leadership. LAKEWOOD CARPETS Volume Deal 40 Yds, Wall-to-Wall 4 f CARPETING Installed on Tackles Strip With Heavv WoffU Pad COMPLETE this is IT!!! NYLOMISCOS! CURL OR CUT PILE ALL DECORATOR COLORS REG. $7.95 VALUE NAME YOUR OWN TERMS! FREE GIFT FOR EVERY CUSTOMER 16906 LAKEWOOD BLVD. BELLFLOWER 5175 Sq. Yd. PHONE TOrrey 6-3100 Between Center Street & Artesia Blvd. Open Sat. & Sun, 9:30 to 6 p.m. Week Days -9:30 to 9 p.m. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME zr fL m 1 BEDROOM STUCCO mEm7& ON YOUR LOT I NOOK KITCHEN ir BEDROOM LIVING ROOM moOA J8'X14' ll'i'xll'l' M LET YOUR BACK YARD OR VACANT LOT BRING YOU A MONTHLY INCOME moTmrjG Doivrj ON YOUR QUALIFIED LOT YOU PAY $45.00 RENT FOR $75 Specification!: 812 Sq. Ft. "A" Grade Plumbing No. 1 Windows and Doors Standard Electrical Walk-In Closets Rock Root-Asphalt Tile Floors Dual Furnace. WESTKETT HOMES INC. Freeman Const. Co. Builders OFFICE TO 6-4017 MODELS PL 6-0062 LO 6-3146 King-Size Mattress and Springs Matching box springs and mattress in this giant size. Acme pre-built borders with no-sag edges and famous Nachman "body balance" springs. Real luxury for the sprawling sleep at a special low price. Easy terms. Acme Mattress Factory 3IU E. Anaheim St. Phone 8-9783 or 8-6738 $99 50 PLAYER Bob Krug plays role of Dr. Schneider in "Detective Story" being staged by Long Beach cast. Bob Shotwdl photo 2 Players in Cast of Drama LONG BEACH A cast of 27 is presenting "Detective Story" by Sidney Kingsley at The Theater, ZWO Magnolia Ave., every day at 8:30 p.m. with the exception of. Mondays through Sept. 24. The play is directed by Pat Brown. The drama portrays the refusal of a man to compromise his ideals and principles and the sardonic humor which follows. CALENDAR LAKEWOOD 20 - 30 Club will host the 20-30 Club of Brea at a dinner meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Cook's Restaurant. Sidney Thurston from Pasadena Annex, Naval Ordnance Test Station, will discuss developments in undersea warfare. Jack Redfern will preside. Program chairman win oe Bill Baker. BELLFLOWER Guy Hal-ferty, public relations director for the city of Lakewood, will speak at the Tuesday meeting of the Soroptimist club, according to Vesta Anderson, 8516 Artesia St. GARDENA The Lions Club is sponsoring White Cane Days to raise funds for the blind Friday and Saturday. SAN PEDRO Harbor District YWCA Board members will meet at 9:30 a.m. and committee members at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Y headquarters, 437 W 9th St. COMPTON A workshop with models will be held by the Mid-Cities Art Association at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Colin Kelly School. NORWALK The annual picnic of Norwalk American Legion Post 359 will be held Saturday at Norwalk Park. WILMINGTON Knights of Columbus, Wilmington Council, will hold its next meeting Tuesday. LONG BEACH The Long Beach Chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University will meet Tuesday at 1:30 am. at the Long Beach Art Center, 2300 E Ocean Blvd. A colored film showing the Brandeis campus and new buildings will be presented. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. LYNWOOD Regular meetings of The Spotlighters, Lyn- wood drama group, will be re sumed with a gathering at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hall, 3810 Virginia Ave. COMPTON Boy Scout Troop 830 will hold a rummage sale Saturday at 117 W Rosecrans Ave. LA MIRADA Mrs. Mary! McNutt, 14337 Alicante Ave., will open her home for a! meeting of Gamma chapter,! Sigma Delta Phi, Sept. 21. ! WILMINGTON New offL-j cers of the Wilmington Co-j ordinating Council will be in-! I stalled at the First Methodist! Church Sept. 21. John Wa-j Iwerna will succeed the Rev.j j Arthur Kent as president. Downey Chamber Hires North Hollywood Man DOWNEY Edward W. Koehlcr, 40, North Hollywood, is the new secretary of the Downey Chamber of Commerce, He succeeds Les Cor-rell, who resigned. r .. . i Arwt wrnn'iTT-rrii amir nrinm mum - n-rv i i ' I . . . II .HPT" III! - - I f 4 MM . Coconut MACAROONS . . .23W Vt ihj.) Dutch Girl COOKIES .33V. ('t. Oatmeal, Sugar, Shortbread, Molasses, fruit Nut Bar & Assorted COOKIES ...... .25S(. Dutch Spice COOKIES 29Vi. l. iU pkt.) Chocolate Nut, Maple Pecan & Almond Ice Box COOKIES .33W Crumb DOUGHNUTS.. 6i 25 . (M(. t for 30c) MndeKampsC AKtRUS COFFtt SHOPS PLANNING LET US HELP We cater to special banquets, dances, receptions, style shows and other group affairs. Call our Banquet Department if we can help in any way. ""DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS Restyled into one of our. newest SINGLE BREASTED MODELS W ore now show ing th latejt Summer patterns in fine imported WORSTEDS, CASH. MERES, MOHAIRS, ITALIAN SILKS and many other outstanding selections. Fuzz Harris A 122 E. 3rd Street Ph. LB. 7-4408 mm MP ;xgg;;'- it r Liu fin m rrv i DINING V P" BILLIE ALLEN ORCHESTRA Tuesday To Sunday Every Night 'JpUSkltli RAUL S0N2ALEZ and his tATINOS' Featuring REGGIE VALENCIA Vocalist Monday Nights Only Featuring Delicious Broiled Steaks and our famous Southern fried Chicken LUNCHES 1.25 11 to 5 Daily Exc. Sundays Pian to feel as though you could get a handful of sia'rs from the breath-taking panorama which unfolds encompassing the finest view in Southern California. 2 3 00 EAST 23RD ST., SIGNAL HILL WHAT'S COOKIN' - 1 KM THE GREEN FROG OUR SPECIALTY v Charcoal Broiled STEAKS Thi Ultimata in Choict ' Juicy $taks COCKTAILS . Pot Dovis at Hammond Organ 1820 Atlantic Ave. long Beach i 6:0277 D0VALIS 101 RANCH HOUSE LOBSTER DINNERS CHICKEN HAM SIRLOIN TURKEY ROAST BEEF-PORK SHORT ORDERS COCKTAILS Banquet Room Seats 80 Phone 90-0253 for Reservcfon 16th and Coast Hwy, Seal Beach MM M3 The HouAe ctf Wong Chinese-American Restaurant CHOP SUEY SHRIMP STEAK CHOPS 11804 E. Rosecrans Ave., Norwalk Specializing In Family Style Dinners CHILD'S PLATE Dinners To Take Out TO. 4-9612 Your Host Willie Wong Open 1 1 A.M. Friday and Saturday to J A.M. FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIR SPECIALISTS Mcrcw mas Social Stationery, Offico Supplitl, Enginoaring Supplitl, Filing Supplitl. School Supplitl Pried "Wrilt" GOLDEN RULE PEN SHOP Boll Pen Cartridge! Fountain Pen Headquarters 235 EAST BROADWAY "Serving LONG BEACH Since 1924" Paul's Restaurants 11560 TELEGRAPH RD. and Santa Fe Springs Cor. CARSON and BELLFLOWER BLVDS., Lakewood Complete Restaurant Service to "THE WHOLE FAMILY" COFFEE SHOP e DINING ROOM e COCKTAIL LOUNGE Banquets and Parties OPEN EVERY DAY Call TO. 4-581 1 For Reservation! BRIDE and BRIDESMAID GOVSS Formals 3fl f Dinner ifl t'f Gowns tT7ijL'J Aceissoriti Mnltz mm 353 E. OCEAN, LONG BEACH FREE PARKING IN REAR OPEN FRIDAY OPEN EVENINGS 1:30. TO I IT APPOINTMENT -REAL ESTATE LOANS "1 Bracken Mortgage 1131 AMERICAN AVE., IONS 1EACH Maximum lt-2nd Loam Any Purpoto Any froptrly 4' FHA, Private and Insurance Money long Term low Payment Free Commitment Phone LB. 70-7941 Eva. Pnana 4-1431 CHATEAU RESTAURANT Broiled Steaks Prime Rib Chops Choice Seafood Family Dinners . SPECIAL CHILDREN'S DINNERS 3 Banquet Rooms Parties LUNCHEON COCKTAILS Call Ni. 2-4984 for ReJervotions 12120 LONG BEACH BLVD., LYNWOOD, CALIF. MARMAC'S CHUCK WAGON PRIME RIBS DAILY CHUCK WAGON STYLE Sun. Prime Ribs Fried Chicken Thurs. Prime Ribs Fried Chicken Mon. Tues. Prime Ribs Prime Ribs Swiss Steak Fried Chicken Fri. Prime Ribs Baked Ham-Fish ALL YOU CAN EAT 1.75 COCKTAILS 12102 LONG BEACH BLVD., LYNWOOD Ph. NE. 1-704S Wed. Prime Ribs Roast Turkey Sat. Prime Rib Baked Ham by JACK KITCHEN Never Too Hot The soft baked tortillas are never too hot at Brittany Kitchen, but their own special hot sauce will heat them up to any degree' for those who like 'em hot. An ala carte menu is available for those who like to make up their own menu, but Brittany's "South of the Border Special" Mexican dinner is a treat you'll long- remember. The Brittany Kitchen- at First and Atlantic in Long Beach was established in the early twenties. It is one of Lnnir Beach's oldest and still one of its busiest restau rants. Separate dining rooms for Mexican and American foods are one of the features. Beer is served in the Mexican room. Steaks, chicken and seafoods are on the American menu. Both dining rooms serve child's plates. Separate from the dining rooms is the Brittany Coffee ShoD servine break fast,' luncheon and dinner. Plenty of free parking is available. . i Make It a Party You'll be proud to celebrate your anniversary and other parties at glamorous Vivian Laird's in Long Beach where "Every Night is a Party Night," with wonderful music and dancing. Raising orchids is Vivian Laird's hobbv and she is glad to share them with her friends and patrons. You're in for a pleasant surprise if you celebrate your anniver sary there and let it be known beforehand. You can dine at this beau tiful and glamorous supper club for even less than you a pay in an ordinary restaurant. Even with all of the extras you get for free, there is no minimum or cover charge. Reservations are now being accepted for holiday banquets , and parties. Facilities are usually booked solid prior to the beginning of the holiday season so if you're interested in this glamorous club make your reservations now. Timpone's Enlarged After being closed for a month during remodeling, Timpone's Pizza House, 952412 E. Firestone Blvd. in Downey, are now in their new quarters. A much larg er dining room and piped-in music now enhance the pleas ure of dining at Timpone s. Pizza in all of its wonder ful forms is the house specialty. Sausage, mushroom, anchovy, pepperom and cheese are all on the pizza menu plus various combinations. Spaghetti,' ravioli, antipasto and garlic bread are other appetizing treats. Family groups find Timpone's an ideal restaurant with children's plates being featured. Takeout orders are available 5 to, 11 P.M. each day. Friday and Saturday until 1 P.M. Closed on Mondays. FORGET YOUR WORRIES COME LAUGH AND PlAY IN A RESTAURANT WITH DANCINO WHERE "fvtry Ngdt'i A Parly Nignt" Complete Dinners 2.00-4.50 0 COVSH NO MINIMUM 1 VILLAGE INN Finest Choice Eastern CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS AND THE BEST IN "SEA FOODS" COCKTAILS PIANO BAR EVERY NIGHT 2099 Bellflower Blvd. AcroBi From Walkat'a Naw Slora In Long Beach 34-2611 x uxi i mi s : CAFE x ill 2508 PALM DRIVE X L.B. Phono Turn en Templa ofl J E. Willow ITALIAN t FOOD t STEAKS X 40-3216 tiuenainmeiii Food and Fan for t The Family X "Food Just Right For Your Delight" Merchants Lunch From 75c 10-OZ. N.Y. STEAK. French Fries Salad $1.35 TERMINAL COFFEE SHOP 11020 New Street Bus Terminal, Downey Newest Arrival On The Culinary Scene PEPPY'S RESTAURANT 584 9th St., San Pedro STEAKS PRIME RIB SEA FOODS COCKTAILS TV MUSIC-FILLED ROOMS OF RUSTIC BEAUTY TE. 2-9031 1 NEW OWNERSHIP EXCEPTIONAL FOOD , . . AT LOW PRICES a CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS a SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN a HAM SEA FOOD DINNERS 1.25 TO 2.90 CHILDREN 65e TO 95 Separate Cocktail Lounge MARCS Restaurant ROY A. HUSKEY 45T S. LONG BEACH BLVD. COMPTON NE. 1-2375 THE PALMS Ray Bell Peffpry Delaney Choi Eastern Btr 13 OZ. CHARCOAL BROILED STEAK family Groups Stporat Cocktail loung 1925 W. CARSON ST. Tarrane. Cillf. FAIrfax 8-2124 FISH SHANTY Pacific Coast Hwy. Mill west of Crenshaw- Complete Fish Menu Featuring Charcoal Planked Fist Cocktails Served In Unique Shanty Bar Complete DINNERS from 1.95 YOU ARE INVITED To Impact On Of Tha largast and Most Varied Stock! of Anliquai on tha West Coast. laTienda Antiques and Interior! 4120-4 Pacific Coast (101) Hwy. rVavt fa Smith fish Shanty A GOOD PLACE TO SAVE! OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF SAFETY AND HIGHER EARNINGS. WE HAVE PAID 52 CONSECUTIVE INTEREST PAYMENTS. 3 10 2 JO per annum will be paid December 31 ALL MONEY RECEIVED BY THE 10th OF ANY MONTH WILL EARN FROM THE 1st. Saving Insured to $10,000 COMPTON NE. 2-7121-NE. 6-5644 477 E. Compton Blvd. HOURS: 9-4-FRIDAY 9-6 FREE PARKING LOT REAR OF EACH OFFICE YOU WILL LIKE COMMUNITY SAVINGS and LOAN, ASSOCIATION REX A. DUNN, President SAVE BY MAIL We furnish special envelopes and pay the postage BOTH ways. PARAMOUNT ME. 3-8123 15599 Paramount Blvd. Los Alamitos Turf Club and B.uffet COCKTAIL LOUNGE-Open Daily 4 P.M. PIANO BAR ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF 1.95 EVERY DAY Plus i Daily Special With Popular Salads and Relish Bowls 5001 East Katella, Los Alamitos Phones: JAckson 7-1081, LB 90-0462 J lengixr soffit FINE FOOD AO COCKTKIlS ChiMrea't Binmra Dinners 3 P.M. to Midnioht Doily Special Sunday Dinner Noon to II P.M. 582 LAKEWOOD BLVD. ME. 3-3333 Now in Our Enlarged Quarters TIMPONE'S PIZZA HOUSE K 9524Vi E. TO. 9-3412 FIRESTONE BLVD. Downey, Calif. ITALIAN FOOD AT ITS BEST SAUSAGE MUSHROOM ANCHOVIES and PEPPERONI PIZZAS COMBINATION CHEESE, SAUSAGE and MUSHROOM PIZZAS. SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI ANTIPASTO GARLIC BREAD Wt Cater to Families Children's Plates New Padded Booths Piped in Music ORDERS TO TAKE OUT Open 5 toll P.M. Daily Friday and Saturday 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. Closed Mondays Mexican and American Foods At Their Best 4

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